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Feed Hay to Keep Your Horse Warm

How to adjust your horse's hay to increase for cold temperatures. read more

Clinton Anderson Tour Stop: Williamston, NC

Clinton Anderson: A dressage rider discusses what she learned by attending one of his clinics. read more

The Baking-Soda Bargain

Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) is inexpensive and found in any grocery story. It has myriad uses and performs as well as many more-expensive products. read more

First FEI Lifetime Achievement Award

HRH Queen Elizabeth II was awarded the FEI Lifetime Achievement Award read more

Feed Recall in Florida

Feed recall in Lakeland, Florida, for horses. read more

Warning! Colic Ahead!

A discussion on the warning signs that your horse has colic by Dr. Deb M. Eldredge. read more

Horse Journal OnCall: Winter Neck Covers

Every winter my horse loses half his mane due to neck covers that rub it off. I've checked out anti-rub covers for underneath, but all of them have a face cover that would get wet in all the rain we have here or it's just a shoulder cover that doesn't cover the mane. Any suggestions? read more

Media Critique: The Alchemy of Lightness

A book review about the dressage book "The Alchemy of Lightness" and why its emphasis on joy can make a big difference to you and your horse. read more

Safety Thought: Pay Attention To Blanket Straps

Leg straps on blankets tend to get too long without us realizing it. Elastic stretches and buckles slip over time. Straps should be checked frequently to make sure they aren?t too long and a horse could catch up a leg. Even if you remove your horse's blanket daily to check his skin and for rubs, pay extra attention to the straps, as they're easy to overlook. read more

Products That Help You Stick to Your Tack

Discussion about saddle stick products, how to use them, what to look for and what to avoid. read more

Solar Water Trough

A description of a field trial using a solar water trough during the winter for horses. read more

Attaching The Longe Line

How to properly attach a longe line to your horse to ensure safety and control. read more

Should I Use Polo Wraps?

A reader asks what the benefits are of polo wraps. Response from Grant Miller DVM. read more

Media Critique: Kottas On Dressage

This book is a long-awaited resource, with brilliant, well-placed color photos that clearly show what the author is discussing and line art that further drives the text. The rider in the photos is Kottas's daughter, and many were taken in a field, showing there's no reason to be ring-bound, even if you're doing "dressage." read more

Massive Horse Barn Fire in Michigan

Massive horse barn fire in Michigan. read more

Drying Blankets

A field trial using a blanket dryer for horse blankets in a horse barn. read more

Ligament Injuries

Dr. Grant Miller discusses avoiding ligament injuries and what to do if your horse suffers one. read more

Horse Blanket Repairs: A Sticky Situation

An article about how to repair horse blankets yourself, including products that will help you and when you need to send the horse blanket out for repair. read more

FDA Warning Letters for Three Ulcer Products

FDA warns three companies that FDA regulations consider the equine ulcer remedies they are marketing to be drugs. In order to continue marketing these products as they are, the companies must comply with FDA regulations. read more

Media Critique: 40 Fundamentals of English Riding - Essential Lessons in Riding Right

Here, in a clear and concise format, are the basics of true classical riding. Her writing style is indicative of her skills as an instructor as she takes you through these fundamentals. The concepts are basic, classical, and undeniably correct. it's a book that should sit on every instructor's bookshelf, for reading by the teachers and students alike. read more

End Barn Odors

A discussion about good products for deodorizing horse stalls. read more

Bartlett Milling Company Issues Recall of Horse Food

Bartlett Milling Company Issues Recall of Horse Food, Information obtained from the FDA. read more

UC Davis Broadens Expertise in the Equine Eye

UC Davis Broadens Expertise in the Equine Eye, as Dr. Mary Lassaline joins the staff. read more

Giving to Horse Rescue Organizations

Advice on helping horse rescues in your area. read more

Horse Journal OnCall: Slipping In Stirrups

Dressage expert Margaret Freeman answers a reader's question about her foot slipping in her stirrups. read more

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